Solar Power on the Sandalwood Island РFor the people of Sumba in East Nusa Tenggara it seems likely that kerosene lamps will soon be a thing of the past. Parts

Energy Kiosks and Sumbanese Light Lanterns

Provided with solar energy converters to electricity, Margaret and Nicolaus, manage Energy Kiosks that help people in Sumba to enjoy a lantern or light. (CNN

Through Renewable Energy, Sumba Hopes to Improve the Economy of the Luku Wingir Community – The Regional Government of East Sumba Regency hopes that through gender integration and renewable energy models developed by the Ministry of Women’s Empowerment

Why We Need Decentralized Renewable Energy to Power the World

Hydro plant, Sumba, Indonesia. Credit: Josh Estey/Hivos

By Eco Matser

Eco Matser, Hivos global Climate Change/Energy and Development Coordinator – As the energy sector is transforming, there

Solar, Wind, and Water that Helps Sumba’s Electricity Needs

Two students from Inpres Laikarenga elementary school are installing lanterns in the battery charging area. Every student pays IDR 1,500 per-charging, Monday (29/1). (CNNIndonesia/Feri Agus)

Hivos’ TERANG Project Answers Renewable Energy Challenge in Indonesia – Utilization of renewable energy in Indonesia is so important so that the resources can be used wisely. Renewable energy has an important role